You've cut the cord. Now cut down on your remotes. The Sideclick promises to turn the remote for your streaming box into the only remote you need. Available in four different variations for the most popular boxes around — those being the Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, and Apple TV — these remotes attach to the side/back of your existing remote, adding crucial TV controls like power, channel, volume, and input that are missing from the streaming controls. Thanks to infrared learning technology, it lets you program those six buttons however you want, and ensures that it will work with your TV, whether it's a Sony or a Seiki.

  • Amazon Fire TV Stick

    There are a lot of set-top box options out there, but if we're being honest, most of us just want access to Netflix, Hulu, and maybe a couple other services without using the junky built-in apps on our TVs. The Amazon Fire TV Stick will let you do just that without the need for yet another box. Powered by a dual-core processor, it's no slouch despite its tiny size and low cost, packing 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage, support for Dolby Digital Plus surround sound, and, for Prime members, access to a huge library of premium content, totally free. Just plug it in, connect it to Wi-Fi, and go.

  • Google Nexus Player

    Google's Chromecast is a great way to beam stuff from your Android to your TV, but some people have wished for something more — something like an Android console. The Google Nexus Player is exactly that. This sleek circular black box connects to your TV via HDMI, includes a simple remote with voice search, features a powerful Intel Atom processor and fast 802.11ac wireless networking, supports a wide range of apps and games, and for the latter, even supports dedicated controls for a precise gaming experience.

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